Scyld bproc rpms
agrajag at scyld.com
Wed Jul 11 18:50:39 PDT 2001
On Wed, 11 Jul 2001, Nicholas Henke wrote:
> Here is the problem: Running a depmod upon boot on a machine whose /usr
> filesystem is not on the same partition as root. This is becuase the new
> depmod gets linked against libbproc
> Temp fix: change libbproc to get installed into /lib instead of /usr/lib
> Is there anyway to do this in a nicer fashion?
That is the proper fix. This managed to slip by in our last release,
however the bproc rpms for our next release are fixed so that libbproc
is installed into /lib.
Another possible fix is to not have /usr on a seperate partition from /.
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